Debtor Execution Worries Assembly

Embargoes enforced by banks for non payment of debts have caused the Salvadoran Assembly to convene the financial system trade unions.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Representative Alejandro Dagoberto Marroquím called for the Financial Committee of the Legislative Assembly to suspend embargoes through transitory measures.

In an article in, Guadalupe Hernández writes: "Representative Marroquín, who proposed the motion, explained that the transitory measure would suspend, for a 12 month period, embargoes executed by financial institutions on the ground of non payments ... The proposals did not reached a consensus, so representatives decided to convene ... the spokespersons of the financial system, to obtain more details on the topic".

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